The Breakfast Live at Daniel Street on 2009-09-25
- The Breakfast
01. Great Big Fiery Ball In The Sky >
02. Reel Time
03. What The Funk
04. Psygn >
05. Hard Luck Harry >
06. Space City Affair >
07. Down with Disease*
Disk 2 set 2
01. jam** >
02. Merge^ >
03. jam >
06. Beef Barley
07. Gladys Pimp And Kangaroos With Me
Disk 3 Encore
01. encore break
02. The Vermont Song#
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|Great Big Fiery Ball In The Sky >|
|What The Funk|
|Hard Luck Harry >|
|Space City Affair >|
|Down with Disease*|
|Gladys Pimp And Kangaroos With Me|
|The Vermont Song#|
* Phish cover; first time played
** with 'Merge' (The Breakfast) teases
^ slow version
^^ with 'Down With Disease' (Phish) tease
# Tim on drums, Adrian on guitar, Chris on keyboards, Jordan on bass
Thank you Chris Pitch for the set list
Thank you Josh Dobson for the soundboard feed.
- Zooom H4n USB Digitial Transfer to Hard dirve > Edited and Mastered with Protools 6.4 (44.1kz 16bit) > CD wave > Flac 16
- Milford, CT
- Soundboard Matrix: Source A: FOH Soundboard mix; Source B: AKG 483 (DIN) Onstage in front of drum kit facing audience >Recored via Zoom H4N (4 track mode) 44.1khz 24 bit
- Daniel Street
Subject: Great recording Great music
The jam in GBFBITS takes off to Type III area pretty quick and the journey that takes us to Reel Time is exquisite indeed with each member taking little solos which overlap and become one.
The build up at the end of Reel Time is nothing less than cathartic in it's exulting joy.
Having Jordan back on vocals for WTF is more than exciting to hear. This version is as Ser as they get w/ Jordan funkin' it up huge on synth and Tim just pushing the jam at the end to the limit and Adrian and Chris pushing it over to a huge ending!
The little atmospheric jam that opens Psygn is killer. This is one of the best versions vocally for Tim in recent memory.
The jam is dominated by the insane rhythmic drumming of Adrian and Chris dropping bombs blending into some type of pulsating beat for Jordan and Tim to just fly across!
It drops into a jam that has Tim's guitar soaring and then melts away into HLH.
This version of HLH definitely shows the band having fun w/ all the banter thrown about.
Once into the jam they just push and push with everyone just seemingly playing whatever they want but it all works as it builds to a crescendo with the band yelling "hey"and then BAM! a drop into a DEEP SCA and the debut of DWD by Phish.
The unmistakable Bass line elicits incredulous cheering and off into a really great cover. Pretty much faithful to the way it's played and of course the jam is similar but definitely all Breakfast.
The opening jam for Set 2 is pretty unique w/ Adrian starting a rhythm and then the rest of the guys coming in and some cool vocalizations by Tim.
Then a deep hard jam of serness builds and builds until Merge busts out like a Minotaur! It is quickly evident though that this Minotaur is merely a teen. Though realize any Minotaur is something to behold as is this Merge which displays Tim Palmieri at his finger blistering best with Adrian keeping the beat pushing yet measured and held w/ some restraint which marks this version as unique. Not slow not fast but definitely building the entire time until it does explode into a smoking fast jam that ends much to fast for my taste into the end of the song.
Another little jam with Tim playing Puppetry lines and the rest of the band just jamming along until the song flies into existence. Again Jordan on Lead Vocals... It just sounds right.
Uh this Puppetry is uh hmmmm It is downright spooky! The beat is driving and bouncy but Tim plays these tripped out leads and Jordan's synth is twisted. It just creates a swirling sound that encompasses you and swings you about.
It develops into a hard driving boogie jam led by Adrian just swinging it and then just soaring soaring and back to that bouncy jam.
The jam is very reminiscent of Sixties era psychedelia and the theme from The Monsters then back to Puppetry proper. I have never heard a Puppetry like that and I hope it happens again.
Synergy is the joyous celebration we have come to expect. It never really leaves Type 2 but has some amazing builds that are nice and long to let these jams get to just the right length and do not leave you wanting when they explode with searing and soaring leads by Tim.
A bouncy but mellow Beef Barley is a great break and allows for the all important shuffle jam which keeps the booties shaking and the sweat cooling. While everyone takes a solo Chris shines in this song with his amazing showing of prowess jamming some incredible Bass runs.
The jam gets some juice at the end to wrap up a great version of this ode to Chris Farley.
Gladys to end a show is usually cause for concern if you have had a bit too much that night.
It is straight funky rocking goodness and this version is another along those lines.
Get down and dance what's left of yo ass OFF! One has no choice when the band plays Gladys like this. No screwing around just get to it and go hard!
Way to end a show guys!
The encore of Vermont Song is rough. I love Jordan singing this song though I did get used to Adrian and would not mind seeing a trade off thing vocally.
As far as the song goes when everyone switches like this well you take that chance and sometimes you win sometimes you lose.It had it's moments so I'll give them a pass on this one as the rest of the show was just absolutely amazing.
Thanks for the stellar recording to showcase such a great show.
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